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eBook Darth Vader and Son ePub

by Jeffrey Brown

  • ISBN: 145210655X
  • Category: Movies
  • Subcategory: Entertainment
  • Author: Jeffrey Brown
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Chronicle Books; 31203rd edition (April 18, 2012)
  • Pages: 64
  • ePub book: 1435 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1209 kb
  • Other: azw mbr txt mobi
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 590

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Darth Vader and Son is Brown at the top of his artistic game with beautiful full-color pages, many of which seem imbued with a sincerity that I would expect to find in his next autobiographical work, A Matter of Life.

Darth Vader and Son is Brown at the top of his artistic game with beautiful full-color pages, many of which seem imbued with a sincerity that I would expect to find in his next autobiographical work, A Matter of Life. Darth Vader and Son is a book for fathers and sons and Star Wars fans and, well, pretty much anyone who enjoys happiness and smiles. Do you and your Dad have a Star Wars bond?

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Art: Jeffrey Brown/Chronicle BooksDarth Vader and Son, a picture book by Chicagoan Jeffrey Brown, includes . That’s the premise of Darth Vader and Son, 36-year-old Chicago graphic novelist Jeffrey Brown’s humorous new picture book.

Art: Jeffrey Brown/Chronicle BooksDarth Vader and Son, a picture book by Chicagoan Jeffrey Brown, includes amusing cameos by R2D2, Jar-Jar Binks and more. 2/4. Art: Jeffrey Brown/Chronicle BooksDarth Vader and Son, a picture book by Chicagoan Jeffrey Brown, includes amusing cameos by R2D2, Jar-Jar Binks and more.

Darth Vader and Son is a book for fathers and sons and Star Wars fans and, well . Jeffrey Brown (Incredible Change-Bots) crashes headlong into George Lucas's galaxy far, far away with endearing, funny-and fully licensed-results

Darth Vader and Son is a book for fathers and sons and Star Wars fans and, well, pretty much anyone who enjoys happiness and smiles. Comics Bulletin, "Do you and your Dad have a Star Wars bond? Then you're definitely going to want to nab this sweet and funny comic about Anakin & Luke Skywalker. Jeffrey Brown (Incredible Change-Bots) crashes headlong into George Lucas's galaxy far, far away with endearing, funny-and fully licensed-results. A series of full-page gag cartoons focusing on the 'what if?' of Darth Vader raising a four-year-old Luke Skywalker, the book twists father/son moments into scenarios within the Star Wars playground.

While earning his MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Brown abandoned painting and began drawing comics with his first autobiographical book 'Clumsy' in 2001. Since then he's drawn a dozen books for publishers including TopShelf, Fantagraphics, Drawn & Quarterly, McSweeney's and Chronicle Books. Simon & Schuster published his latest graphic memoir 'Funny Misshapen Body.

Across Vader & Son and its three follow ups-Vader’s Little Princess, Goodnight Darth Vader, and Darth Vader and Friends-cartoonist Jeffrey Brown has given us a treasure trove of heartwarmingly funny insight into the weirdest parent/child relationship of the galaxy far, far away. Across Vader & Son and its three follow ups-Vader’s Little Princess, Goodnight Darth Vader, and Darth Vader and Friends-cartoonist Jeffrey Brown has given us a treasure trove of heartwarmingly funny insight into the weirdest parent/child relationship of the galaxy far, far away.

Jeffrey Brown (born 1975) is an American cartoonist who wrote the non-canon book Darth Vader and Son, as well as its three sequels, Vader's Little Princess, Goodnight Darth Vader, and Darth Vader and Friends

Jeffrey Brown (born 1975) is an American cartoonist who wrote the non-canon book Darth Vader and Son, as well as its three sequels, Vader's Little Princess, Goodnight Darth Vader, and Darth Vader and Friends

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What if Darth Vader took an active role in raising his son? What if "Luke, I am your father" was just a stern admonishment from an annoyed dad? In this hilarious and sweet comic reimagining, Darth Vader is a dad like any other—except with all the baggage of being the Dark Lord of the Sith. Celebrated artist Jeffrey Brown's delightful illustrations give classic Star Wars® moments a fresh twist, presenting the trials and joys of parenting through the lens of a galaxy far, far away. Life lessons include lightsaber batting practice, using the Force to raid the cookie jar, Take Your Child to Work Day on the Death Star ("Er, he looks just like you, Lord Vader!"), and the special bond shared between any father and son.

Comments

Dorizius Dorizius
According to the canon, Darth Vader is a father. In this book of Jeffrey Brown's Star Wars child rearing cartoon books: Darth Vader and Son, The Malicious Master of the dark side is also subject to all of the situations any parent of a 4 year old experience, plus a few more. Who knew that a masked and capped character can express emotions giving us a way to enjoy the simple pleasures of fatherhood? (Are we there yet?) .

In 54 pages Brown illustrates all the common expressions of child rearing and places them in the nerd universe of Star Wars. Here, Luke really is a little short to be a Storm Trooper. The results are not always funny but they do allow us to remember and relive these moments with a smile.
Family friendly and aspiring nerd appropriate.
Daigrel Daigrel
I grew up during the Star Wars era - where Anakin Skywalker was a mangled, cyberfilled ball of hate with only the vocal talents of James Earl Jones saving him from eternal peril (that Jones' voice can save the soul of a man who blew up a flipping planet is quite a testament). My little princess grew up during the airing of Star Wars The Clone Wars where Anakin Skywalker was a barely scarred, good-natured, slightly impatient hero teaching a padawan while still needing guidance himself. For children who's first glimpse of Anakin wasn't one of a genocidal vassal of Darth Sidius and parents who don't want to bring that up until later, this is a beautifully entertaining book. Purists risk hating it and imagining using The Force to give wedgies to its author.

It's cute, touching, endearing, and filled with moments where parents will relate to the poor Sith lord and children will see the Jedi in themselves. I've read this to my daughter; she's read it to her friends; and her friends have read it to her. It's pure, sentimental gold.

Its only flaw is that it makes me crave the arrival of "Vader's Little Princess" that much more.
Nern Nern
Sooo disappointed! These are cute as anything, and we bought them to write to my stepson/their brother/their son after a custody change (painful). Ex-wife got a bill from USPS for $.60 postage due because THEY ARE OVERSIZE (!? looks fine to me, but whatever). So I'll let you figure out how *that* scenerio went. :/

Bummer! I won't be mailing him the rest of these, and I want to... He'll have to get less-awesome postcards that mail for the correct postcard rate.
Wenaiand Wenaiand
The pictures on these postcards are charming and funny for children and adults alive. The pictures show everyday domestic interactions between a loving parent (Darth Vader) and his spirited, strong-willed, sometimes rebellious child (Luke Skywalker). Darth Vader looks like Darth Vader, while Luke is rendered as a child. The humor lies in seeing big, bad, Vader give Luke piggy back rides, read bedtime stories, field awkward questions, etc. These are sturdy, oversized postcards (will require extra postage) with high-quality printing and a coated matte finish on the front. I highly recommend!
Juce Juce
The book is a great book. As Star Wars fans, both my 6 year old son and I found it to be funny. The problem is that he is just learning to read and he was finished with the book in 15 minutes. That is a lot of money for 15 minutes of reading. Maybe I will see if the library has the rest in this series, which would still only make for an hour of reading, tops. It's too bad they didn't have less expensive paperback versions.
Sermak Light Sermak Light
My son loves everything Star Wars, so when I saw this I had to pick it up for him for Christmas. Then I went to wrap it, flipped through it, and read it myself! It is a very quick little read. This is a great book for ALL ages, great coffee table book, bathroom reader, etc., It was actually hilarious, there my two kids are, six and thirteen, xmas morning, opening presents. Xavier opens this the same time his sister opens her Little Critter book. Both pause.literally pause with presents before them, to stop and read their new books! It makes a writer proud! Xavier finished his book before he opened another gift, yes, that's how good, how cute, how absolutely hilarious this short reader is! My son was more worried about finishing this than opening presents xmas morning, and I more worried to read it than to wrap them! Lol his sister, not quite as patient. Highly recommended to all!
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Heartwarming and wonderfully entertaining. Everyone who picks this up will be lifted up into light-heartedness. I really enjoyed this book. It's the perfect graphic comic for a commute from a difficult day at work. Every father can identify with these precious depictions of fatherhood with young children.
My wife and I are huge Star Wars fans and we were looking for a way to introduce our 4 year old son into the Star Wars universe. After some research we found these books and I have to say they were a perfect introduction for him. They are nicely paced, easy to understand and they introduce a lot of the characters. The only down side is that you know from the title of the book that Darth Vader is Luke's father so unfortunately there was no surprise when he watched Empire Strike's Back. However he really enjoys the books and really loves the illustrations.